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My name is Zoura!

English Pointer/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Arlington, Texas - Zoura
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Tails of Rescue Texas

Facts about Zoura

  • Breed: English Pointer/Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Black - With Gray Or Silver
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Zoura's new home must have a fenced yard with a fence she cannot see over and already have a playful canine in the household that is a permanent family member.

Zoura weighs 69 lbs as of 11/26/16 and she is estimated to be 3 years old.

Zoura is a happy smart social affectionate girl who loves kids, dogs, men and women. She does not appear to be a good match for a home with cats. She currently lives in a foster home with both small and large male and female dogs. She loves them all and is a submissive pack member. A female Cairn Terrier sometimes enjoys bossing her around. Zoura really enjoys wrestling and playing chase with her canine companions. She is house trained with a doggy door. Zoura knows the sit command well. She is the only dog in her foster home that is not crated because she came from a trailer park where she was tethered outside for the last 2 years. She has not adjusted to a crate. When she is left out in the house to roam free she has not destroyed or chewed on anything. She also has not had any accidents. At night she sleeps where she wants which is usually in her foster mom's bed. Zoura was rescued on 11/22/16, so she is still adjusting to her new life but her foster mom remains amazed at how resilient Zoura is and how fast she has adjusted. Zoura will be able to go to her new home as early Christmas.

Zoura's adoption fee is $200. She comes with heartworm prevention. Depending on when she is adopted will determine how many months of preventative she comes with. If she is adopted in December then she will come with 5 months of heartworm prevention to begin Jan 1st. Her new family will be able to refill the heartworm at the end of April 2017 for $35 via TCAP (www.texasforthem.org). She is up-to-date on vaccinations, she tested negative for heartworms on 11/27/16, she has been dewormed, she will be spayed and microchipped.

If you have questions or want to apply to adopt Zoura, please email her foster mom Gayla ggwiths2r@gmail.com

About Tails of Rescue Texas

About Our Rescue Group...

Tails of Rescue is a rescue set up for the sole purpose of finding home for dogs & cats in need. Our group is made up of 100% volunteer foster families who open their homes to dogs in needs. The rescue pays for all the vet care while our foster families pay for all dog food & treats themselves, many spending hundreds of dollars on food a month. Our focus is to find forever homes for our current foster dogs by matching the dogs up with families that match the will & personality of each individual foster dogs. Many of our dogs have been through a great deal of misery until rescued. So placing them in the right homes is the most important thing we do besides save their lives. Rescuing & fostering has many reward, amoung the best is watching your foster dog happily leave with their new family knowing if you did not take them into your home, they would not be alive. The adoption fee reimburse us for the cost to fully vet our dogs & trips to the vet when an issue arises. Our dogs come from the euthanasia list from our local Dallas Fort Worth city and county shelters, while others are rescued while living on the street. Thank you for visiting us, we could not do this without you.

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Our Adoption Process...

1. Contact us about the dog or cat your are interested in by emailing the founder Gayla Geist at ggwiths2r@gmail.com or through our contact form on our contact page.

2. The foster mom who is fostering the dog or cat you are interested in will get back with you asap.

3. If after communicated with the foster mom, you would like to meet our foster dog, this can be arranged once we contact your current or past vet for a simple vet check. We make sure you have kept your current and past pets UTD on vaccinations and dogs on heart worm preventative.

4. Fill out the adoption application which you can find in each individual pet profile. You will be contacted in response to your application.

5. Set up a meet and greet. We meet at local Petco, Petsmart, park or dog parks which include but not limited to Fort Wolf in Fort Worth and TailsNTrails Dog Park in Arlington.

6. If adoption is pursued, we have an adoption contract that will need to be filled out and signed. If at anytime the adopter can no longer care for the adopted pet, they are returned to the foster parent.

7. The adoption fee would need to be paid at that time. We accept cash and payments through multiple pay apps.